Episode 4 features filmmaker Jerry Rothwell, author Jim Lynch and music from Josh Winstead.
Jerry Rothwell is a documentary filmmaker whose past films include Donor Unknown – which follows a young woman’s search to find her sperm-donor father, How To Change The World – about the creation of Green Peace, and Heavy Load – a group of adults with learning disabilities form a punk band. His latest is Sour Grapes, a tale of the most unusual world of counterfeit wine and the man who pulled off millions of forgeries Rudy Kurniawan. So how exactly did this young Phillipino get involved with the elite wine drinkers?
Josh Winstead is perhaps best known as the bass and synth player for indie rock outfit Metric. Other former bands have included 53 Large Men, The Death of Death, and Bang Lime, all with Metric drummer and former University of North Texas classmate Jules Scott-Key. Winstead recently released his debut solo album entitled MMXX.
Jim Lynch is the author of The Highest Tide, Border Songs, and Truth Like The Sun. A Seattle native, Lynch worked as a newspaper for many years and won many accolades including the George Polk Award, the H.L. Mencken Award and Livingston Young Journalist Award for National Reporting. He is an avid sailor as evidenced by his newest tale Before The Wind.
From Joshua Winstead’s debut album MMXX
The Time It Takes